There are a lot of stereotypes when it comes to stoners: they're lazy, sketchy, paranoid – the list goes on. But the one thing that that people forget about pot smokers is that they’re super resourceful when it comes to getting stoned. Why spend ten dollars on a measly glass pipe when you can smoke weed out of a dream catcher?
At least it would pretty immediately quench the munchies. If you’re thinking about learning to make a pipe, this list of awesomely weird pipes has some excellent ideas for your first DIY bong. Just don’t let your mom see what you’re working on. Aside from getting to binge-watch TV and eat whatever you want, smoking out of funny bongs is one of the perks of being a stoner. If you smoke a lot of weed, it’s almost expected that you have at least one novelty pipe in your arsenal of smoking accouterments. Whether you’re a stoner mastermind who gets high with the help of an old X Box controller, or you prefer to use fruits and vegetables to make your DIY bubblers, this list of funny pipes is sure to give you some ideas for your next creation. Vote up the funniest and most interesting homemade bongs and pipes. And if you’re a DIY pipe master, leave us a comment about the coolest homemade pipe that you’ve ever had to put together in a pinch. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
wikiHow's Content Management Team carefully monitors the work from our editorial staff to ensure that each article is backed by trusted research and meets our high quality standards. There are 10 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. If you have something to smoke, but nothing to smoke from, you can easily craft a smoking device out of household objects. They are easy to make, and can be fun to smoke out of. Fruit, pens, or water bottles can solve your smoking crisis. This image is not licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc. Fruit or vegetable Knife Skewer Aluminum foil Safety pin or thumbtack Lighter or matches. Empty plastic water bottle 2 Quart pitcher Aluminum foil Knife or scissors Safety pin or thumbtack Lighter or matches. A tube, like a paper towel or toilet paper roll Something to cover one end, like plastic wrap Aluminum foil Skewer or similar sharp object Lighter or matches. If you have something to smoke but don’t have a pipe, first select a fresh piece of hard fruit, like an apple or zucchini. Carve a small bowl shape in one side of the fruit using a knife, then poke a hole from the side to the center with a kitchen skewer. After you’ve created the hole, make another one to link the bowl to the hole. You should also blow through the hole to make sure air can pass through it. Once air can flow through the hole, line the bowl area with aluminum foil, which will stop your smoking material from getting wet. Additionally, poke small holes in the foil using a safety pin so the smoke can escape, then pack your smoking material into the bowl. For tips on how to roll a smoke using a book or smoke with a pen, read on! Hempy buckets are by far the easiest, cheapest and most cost effective way to grow hydroponically. In my 7 years of growing Ive done aeroponics, dwc, bio-buckets and Hempy and there is no comparing the simplicity. No pH testing needed No ppm meters No stress about root rot. Hempy is a run to waste, hand water style of growing. No worries, compared to dwc you actually use up to 8 times less water and nutrients. But I cant be bothered with hand watering, you say? No worries, youll actually spend a lot less time tending to your garden. Hempy buckets can be made out of any plastic container such as trash cans, coke bottles, coolers and so on.
You can make a hempy bucket out of anything that will hold water. You probably have something in your home right now that can be converted to a Hempy bucket. Take your container and measure 2 inches up from the bottom and make a hole in the side. The hole doesnt have to be too big, about the circumference of a pencil. Youll need to put your bucket in a small dish or something to collect the run-off water. Any gardening store will have those things for planters and thats what most people use. My twist on the design is that instead of just a drain hole Ive added tubes (hose connecters) to allow the water to drain out into a container so I can collect the run off easily and measure it if I have to. If you are planning a lot of buckets Id just do a traditional style one but for a few buckets my style really practical. So why do you make the hole 2 inches from the bottom? The basic idea is that you are replicating a water shelf like in Nature.
If you dig down far enough in your back yard youll hit water right?